Thursday, April 18, 2013

LINQ to Objects queries

In previous post we saw the fundamentals around querying data using LINQ . There are three basic LINQ implementations and this post will give you code examples for the main implementation of the Microsoft Language Integrated Query, LINQ to Objects. In later posts we will also see the LINQ to SQL and LINQ to Entities implementations. To run the following code simply create a C# console application in Visual Studio. We are going to use only the Program.cs file. Before starting writing our queries, we 'll create our classes and variables which are going to hold our objects for LINQ queries. Create the "Customer", "Order", "Product" classes and finally add an enumeration to hold the customer's countries. You can place them above the Program class, under the same namespace.


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